It was late on a Thursday night, May 19, and a group of people was gathered in the corner of a parking lot for a debate.
This was the first of a series of events in the Israeli capital, in which people were invited to come up with their own stories about how they felt about the leader.
I was there for the last of the events, which included a meeting with members of the government, and was hoping to get the government to support a proposed law on the subject of leadership in Israel.
I saw no signs of this happening.
But a few days later, the same thing happened again, this time with a different group of Israelis.
As I walked into the building, I could see people looking for something.
They had no idea what it was.
This time, the discussion focused on leadership.
At this meeting, the question was, Who is the leader?
A few people suggested the name of a Jewish leader, a leader who had a strong military background, a strong character and a strong personality.
The debate ended with no decision being made.
I did not hear the answer.
There were people who thought that the leader was someone like Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, a former leader of the Likud party, who led Israel for 30 years.
They were right, though I did find it difficult to imagine what Netanyahu would do if he had to choose between his military career and the future of his country.
They also did not think of a future leader who could be trusted, and some even thought it would be dangerous to allow a new leader into the government.
I could not understand the reasoning for this.
I thought of people like Shimon Peres, the prime minister of Israel who is considered to be the greatest of all time.
After I heard this, I asked a number of people what they thought about Netanyahu.
They all had one thing in common.
They said that the reason people are not voting for him is because he is too close to the right wing.
Peres was known as a moderate and the center-right.
He was very popular with Israelis and, because of this, many thought that he was a more stable and trustworthy leader.
This is a common sentiment among people who have never met him, but who are not as familiar with him as they are with Peres.
But Peres is not the only one who is a centrist.
The current leader of right-wing Israeli parties, Avigdor Lieberman, is a member of the Knesset.
He is considered by many to be a moderate who is very popular among Israelis and is not a threat to Netanyahu.
I know Lieberman very well, and I think he is a moderate.
It was not the case with Peas.
In my experience, when people ask me what they think of the current Israeli leadership, they tend to say that they are more interested in who is in charge, the military or the economy.
Lieberman is a military man, a fighter pilot and a former commander of the Israeli Air Force.
He has never been close to Netanyahu and, therefore, he is viewed as a strong leader, even though he is considered a moderate in his own right.
I do not think that is true of Peas, who has no military background or a strong political background.
I also did hear people say that Peas is a weak leader.
If he does not have the support of the military, then it is unlikely that he will be able to lead the government or even to be in the prime ministers office.
It is not difficult to see why this is the case.
The reason why Lieberman and Peas are not considered a threat is because of the way they approach the question of leadership.
Lieberman and his party want to replace the current prime minister, who is currently under investigation for corruption.
This would be a major blow to the current government, but it is not considered to have a serious risk of damaging the economy or the military.
Lieberman has been criticized for not standing up to Netanyahu’s political opponents, who have threatened to bring down the government if he does the same.
The fact that he is not in the top job does not mean that he does have any power.
He does not control the budget or the security apparatus, nor does he control the media.
He can do as he pleases and he does.
Peas and Lieberman do not have control over the economy, but they do have control of the media, the economy and the foreign policy.
The media does not need to support them, but this does not matter to the political leaders, who want to be seen as having strong leadership skills.
When you look at how Israel deals with the Middle East, it is in a way like the rest of the world.
The Arab world is divided into four major factions.
The two dominant factions are the Arab states, the Gulf countries, Iran and Turkey.
The other groups are the Palestinian factions.
I call this the Israeli bloc.
The Palestinian factions are